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  • This is the story of an 87 year old man, Stan Dibben, who won World Sidecar Championships in 1953. He was the 'passenger' riding on the sidecar, and he explains how the word 'passenger' is such a misnomer for the bravery and athleticism required to do such a skillful occupation. We watch footage of his racing days, including the biggest race of the year at The Belgian Grand Prix in Spa in 1953, which he won by a wheel's length to be crowned world champion. Also a story about joie-de-vivre, Stan gets back on a modern sidecar outfit at the ripe age of 87 and does a few laps to show he's still got it.


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